Heidi Klum says her kids have about the sense of humor you'd expect from four children aged 8 and under: their idea of a really super joke right now is to leave a piece of fake poop lying around. Klum says:

"They're really into fake poops and things. I come home and there's a turd on the floor, and I'm like, ‘Ooh, who pooped on the floor?!' and they're like, ‘Ha!' They think that's the funniest thing right now. That and, you know, all the fart things that you sit on."

Works every time. [The Cut]

Jessica Chastain says being the face of an Yves Saint Laurent perfume is "a very vulnerable thing." Come again? "Because you don't have a character to hide behind." Good thing they're paying her piles of money, then. [WWD]

In the new T magazine is a lovely travel/fashion spread featuring Miranda Kerr and the city of Wellington and its environs. Orlando Bloom, who relocated his family to New Zealand temporarily to film The Hobbit, took the photographs. The story made us a little homesick, to be honest. [T]

And here is Miranda Kerr giving Terry Richardson a hypodermic needle in the ass. It's full of B12. [YouTube]

Corset specialists the Blonds have produced a collectible Barbie. The doll comes dressed like Philippe Blond, who always closes the duo's New York fashion week shows in heels and a corset, long blond hair streaming. The "Blond Diamond Barbie" retails for $125, and is already being referred to as the "drag queen Barbie." [Design Taxi]

Garance Doré collaborated with Kate Spade on a collection that features some of her fashion illustrations rendered as textile prints. [Vogue UK]

Tom Brady and a rottweiler doberman made the cover of V Man. [JJ]

Coco Rocha, Liv Tyler, Rachel McAdams, and Amanda Seyfried are on the new covers of Vs magazine. [FGR]

Here are some more pictures from Lana Del Ray's H&M campaign. [High Snobiety]

Arizona Muse is on the cover of September's Vogue Korea. [DS]

Supima's fall campaign features models Tatiana Cotliar and John Hein wearing garments from various brands, all made of superior pima cotton. [WWD]

Fashionista hung out in New York with one of the 10ft David Beckham statues H&M had made to fête the soccer star's underwear line and saw members of the public taking off their clothes to match Beckham's outfit, imitating his pose, and otherwise goofing off. [Fashionista]

  • Just like in the U.S., women's magazines are facing declines in readership and advertising pages in the U.K. For the first six months, women's fashion lifestyle titles as a category overall saw circulation decline by 5.1% year-on-year. Glamour's circulation fell 11.3%, Vogue's fell 2.7%, Elle's fell 3.8%, and InStyle's fell 6.7%. [WWD]
  • Naomi Campbell is coming to New York to tape The Face, the new modeling reality show she's hosting. Apparently Campbell has approached both Marc Jacobs and Zac Posen for potential involvement with the show. [P6]
  • A new twist in the ongoing Macy's vs. Martha Stewart lawsuit and countersuit: Macy's is now also suing J.C. Penney. Stewart planned to switch her namesake homewares line from being sold exclusively at Macy's to being sold exclusively at J.C. Penney, but Macy's claims its contract with Stewart hadn't yet ended. [WWD]
  • Karlie Kloss, who met Ryan Lochte when she posed with him for a Vogue spread, says she would definitely walk in his fashion show if and when he has a clothing line. [Styleite]
  • Thom Browne is launching a new, less-expensive men's wear line targeting younger customers. It will be called Thom Grey. [WWD]
  • Kris Humphries' lawyers attempted to serve Kanye West with a subpoena by hiding it in a Nordstrom box and delivering it to Kim Kardashian's house. It didn't work. [NYDN]
  • GHD, the British line of hair styling tools, is planning to expand its business in the U.S. (where it is largely unknown). It hired Katy Perry as a celebrity spokesmodel. [WWD]
  • Phillip Lim wrote a comic book. Kill The Night is drawn by Jan Duursema and the story is "of duality and metamorphosis, day and night, black and white, love and betrayal," according to a press release. [Elle]
  • Profits at Ann Inc., the parent company of Ann Taylor and Loft, rose 24% year-on-year during the last quarter, to $30.7 million. Same-store sales were up by 5.6%. [WWD]